Kokito and Ubuntu Studio Website Update

Jorge G. Mare jorge.g.mare at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 22:22:01 UTC 2011


On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 5:57 AM,  <ScottALavender at gmail.com> wrote:
> I saw your comments in IRC this weekend and wanted to contact you about
> helping.

Just as a little background relevant to the topic of this thread, I am
the creator of the theme currently being used in the Haiku project
website at http://haiku-os.org. I created this for the first official
alpha release of Haiku, back in late 2009. I have also created a
couple of derivative themes that are currently being used by a few
Haiku community websites, such as http://haiku-es.org (Haiku
Iberoamérica), http://haiku-cn.org (Haiku China) and
http://haiku-jp.org (Haiku Japan). You can also see most of the
artwork that I created for Haiku over the years here:


> I have CC'd the person who created the theme we are going with currently and
> who is currently developing it. Hopefully the two of you can work together
> to help further this along.

Thank you! Will try to work with him. Is it OK to have exchanges on
this list, or is private communication preferred?

> You can find an email thread the current theme here:
> https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-studio-devel/2011-March/002977.html
> Additionally, you can find more information about the website update at:
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuStudio/TaskWebRevamp

Will take a look at both. I see that the mailing list post that you
refer me to has a link to an Impact theme package. I downloaded it and
will try to set up a fresh Drupal 6 install to see what it looks like.

> Lastly, I am CC'ing Stochastic as he has committed to being the person to
> actually put the files onto the hosting site, just to keep him in the loop.
> Very glad to have you offering help :)

My pleasure. Hopefully I can help make the new UbuntuStudio website
really whizz-bang. ;)



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